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  • Oct 25, 1958
    Mark Miller, of Sawyer Brown, is born in Dayton, Ohio. He becomes the lead singer for the group, which begins earning hits after winning "Star Search" in 1984. The band claims the Country Music Association's Vocal Group of the Year award in 1997
    Nov 13, 1958
    Hank Snow's Cadillac is impounded in Gallipolis, Ohio, pending the settlement of a $2,250 lawsuit filed by the owner of the Downtown Coaches' Club. Snow had shown up an hour late for a November 4 concert when the car broke down, and the club reimbursed ticket-holders in his absence
    Nov 26, 1958
    Songwriter Tiny Bradshaw dies in Cincinnati, Ohio, two years after Johnny Burnette recorded his song "The Train Kept A-Rollin'." Burnette's cut ranks among country's 500 greatest singles in the Country Music Foundation's "Heartaches By The Number"
    Jul 5, 1959
    Singer/songwriter Marc Cohn is born in Cleveland, Ohio. He gains a pop hit in 1991 with "Walking In Memphis," successfully remade by Lonestar as a country hit in 2003
    Jul 13, 1959
    Guitarist Brent Mason is born in Vanwert, Ohio. His credits include Alan Jackson's "Chattahoochee," plus recordings by Brooks & Dunn, Shania Twain and George Strait, leading him to win the Country Music Association's Musician of the Year twice
    Sep 14, 1959
    The Stanley Brothers record "Mountain Dew" and "How Far To Little Rock" at the King Recording Studio in Cincinnati, Ohio. They also cut "I'm A Man Of Constant Sorrow" for the second time in their career
    Oct 26, 1959
    Reno & Smiley record "Don't Let Your Sweet Love Die" in Cincinnati, Ohio
    Feb 10, 1960
    Jimmie Skinner records "Reasons To Live" at the King Recording Studio in Cincinnati
    Feb 10, 1960
    Singer/songwriter/musician Lionel Cartwright is born in Gallipolis, Ohio. His relaxed vocal style leads to four Top 10 singles from 1989-1991, the biggest coming with "Leap Of Faith"
    Jun 20, 1960
    Mandolin player Pam Perry is born in Bowling Green, Ohio. She joins the all-female ensemble Wild Rose, which scores a minor hit in 1989 with "Breaking New Ground"

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